Monday, April 12, 2010

Prison Spending and the CA Budget Crisis: Panel at the Goldman School of Public Policy

I've just heard of a fascinating event. Unfortunately, I won't be able to make it, but I hope many of you will:

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Prison Spending and the CA Budget Crisis

An expert panel discussion on what prison spending and criminal justice policy mean for CA's budget crisis and other spending priorities.

April 15, 2010
5:30-7:30pm
Goldman School of Public Policy
2607 Hearst Ave (Room 250)
Berkeley, CA

Moderated by Henry E. Brady, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy.

CONFIRMED PANELISTS:
Jeanne Woodford, Retired Chief of Adult Probation, City and County of San Francisco, Former Undersecretary and Director of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Former Warden of San Quentin State Prison
Dave Lewis, Deputy Director Fiscal Services, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Lance Corcoran, Chief Spokesman for the California Correctional Peace Officers Association
John Dannenberg, Former CA Prisoner and Contributing Writer, Prison Legal News
Paul Golaszewski Lead Analyst on Adult Corrections, Legislative Analyst's Office
Aaron Edwards Lead Analyst on Correctional Health Care and Inmate Rehabilitation Programs, Legislative Analyst's Office

Light refreshments will be served.

1 comment:

jacques said...

It is horrible. California are cutting back on prisons and letting CO's go, as if the overcrowding and understaff issue wasn't bad enough already.